GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 80



ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION – TRANSFER PROGRAM
Associate of Arts – 2 years
All education students should plan their schedules with the help of their faculty advisors and the GCC Transfer Coordinator. Transfer
institutions sometimes have very different requirements. The list of notes following the program listings on this page indicates just how
complex these variations have become. Advisors have complete information about many transfer institutions. Let them help you arrange
a schedule that will fit the school you plan to attend after you complete your work at GCC. You should also know that admission to
education classes at most transfer institutions is based on a GPA of 2.7 or higher and satisfactory scores on some kind of basic skills test.
FIRST YEAR
CREDITS
ORI 100 College Experience ............................................... 1
ENG 101 English Composition I ......................................... 3
ENG 102 English Composition II ........................................ 3
HST 101 Western Civilization to 1750
or
HST 102 Western Civilization 1750 to Present.................... 4
PSY 101 General Psychology .............................................. 4
Lab Science (NOTE 1) ........................................................ 8
MTH 121 Principles of Elem. Math I (NOTE 2).................. 4
MTH 122 Principles of Elem. Math II ................................ 4
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SECOND YEAR
CREDITS
HST 201 U.S. History to 1877
or
HST 202 U.S. History from 1865 (NOTE 3) .........................3
EDU 201 Introduction to Education (NOTE 4) ....................3
PSY 202 Child Development & Psychology (NOTE 5) ....... 4
PLS 101 Introduction to American Government....................3
GEG 111 World Regional Geography (NOTE 6) ................. 3
SPE 101 Public Speaking (NOTE 7) .....................................3
ENG 230 Literature for Children (NOTE 8) ..........................3
Humanities Electives .............................................................3
Electives or requirements toward a major/minor ...................7
PE Electives .............................................................................
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Total Credits: 63
NOTE 1: Some four-year colleges require that the science be divided between biology, chemistry, and physical science. Some transfer
schools want more than 8 credits of science. Check with your advisor or the Transfer Coordinator.
NOTE 2: Some universities want one semester of math (MTH 121). Check with your advisor or the Transfer Coordinator.
NOTE 3: NMU requires HST 201. Some colleges may want both HST 201 and 202. Check with your advisor or the Transfer
Coordinator.
NOTE 4: UW-Superior prefers that this course be completed with their Teacher Education Department.
NOTE 5: Some colleges prefer PSY 210 Lifespan Development.
NOTE 6: Offered in the fall semester.
NOTE 7: Not all colleges/universities require Public Speaking.
NOTE 8: Check with your advisor or the Transfer Coordinator as to the requirement of your transfer institution.
Humanities: The two required Humanities courses must come from two different disciplines, excluding studio and performance
classes.
Social Sciences: The two required Social Science courses must come from two different disciplines.
Natural Sciences: The two required Natural Science courses must come from two different disciplines. One must include laboratory
experience.
Communications: Students will take one course in English Composition and a second course in English Composition or one course in
Communications.
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